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HE MEMORY OP THE BRAVE

HE MEMORY OP THE BRAVE

At preliminary Meeting:, held White’s Hotel, on Wednesday, November 21et, 1855, JOHN HYACINTH TaLBOT, D.L., High Sheriff of the County in the Chair, The following resolutions were unanimously adopted Proposed by Sir James Power, Bart., seconded by George LeHunte, Esq., J.P.: Tha
30 January 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WILL COMMENCE TO SELL OFF THEIR WINTER STOCK OF

WILL COMMENCE TO SELL OFF THEIR WINTER STOCK OF

WILL COMMENCE SELL OFF THEIR WINTER STOCK OF WOOLLENDRAPERY, SHAWLS, MANTLES, DRESSES, SilhiS, British fttmtiocs, BONNETS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, &C., &C. FOR TWELVE DAYS THE PUBLIC WILL UAVE AN OPPORTUNITY OF BUYING GOODS AT UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES. 2, HILL-ST 'E e t , NEW
30 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED POISONING AT MANCHESTER. On Wednesday charge was brought before the Manchester magistrates against James Monaghan, aged 23, and two

ALLEGED POISONING AT MANCHESTER. On Wednesday charge was brought before the Manchester magistrates against James Monaghan, aged 23, and two

other men, of poisoning Monaghan’s father, in August last, in order to recover the sum of from the Diadem Life Assurance Company under a life policy effected on the old man. It appears that on tho lllh of August last (1H55) John Monaghan, old man much addicted to whiskey-drinkin
30 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE PURCHASERS OF WOOLLEN AND MANCHESTER GOODS. E, THE UNDERSIGNED DRAPERS OF Dandalk, having reason to know that parlies

TO THE PURCHASERS OF WOOLLEN AND MANCHESTER GOODS. E, THE UNDERSIGNED DRAPERS OF Dandalk, having reason to know that parlies

in tie same line of business, are, and have been, in tho habit of paying Tailors and others, a largo Disoonit on any Purchase or Sale effected through their infitence, or recommendation, which Discount most be added to the price of the goods. And in the hr't instance, considerin
30 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL—MR HARRIS’S BENEFIT.

THEATRE ROYAL—MR HARRIS’S BENEFIT.

After a season of unusual duration and success, Mr. Harris, the enterprising lessee of the Theatre Royal, announces bis intention take a benefit. In ordinary theatrical management this, of course, would be nothing unusual, but simply according to form. Mr. Harris, however, claim
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GERMAN DIET.

THE GERMAN DIET.

Vir.MSA, Wednesday —lt is officially announced that Austria will lay the F. propositions before the Frankfort Diet and their recognition, so as Li obtain the representation of Germany in the Conferences. FOREIGN JOURNALS THE PEACE QUES- The CongtitHtirinnel thinks that the Peace
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A RTHUE WH HE’S

A RTHUE WH HE’S

Gunpowder omcK, sporting ammunition AND WINDOW GLASS WAREHOUSE, BOOT-LANE, (Opposite MaryVAbbey), Dublih.
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIBLE DEPOSITORY

BIBLE DEPOSITORY

AT THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN OFFICE, CHURCH SERVICES, to. A select Assortment of RELIGIOUS and INSTRUCTIVE WORKS, BOOKS for SUNDAY SCHOOLS, CHILDREN, PREMIUMS, &c., HYMN BOOKS in variety. RYLE’S HOME TB UTHS” & TRACTS &Co, Orders oatefullj attended to. DALLINA UNION.
30 January 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FERMANAGH MAIL AND ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. THURSDAY, JANUARY ai, 18JA.

THE FERMANAGH MAIL AND ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. THURSDAY, JANUARY ai, 18JA.

PATENT SELF-FEEDING STOVES, FOR HEATING CHURCHES, HALLS, WAREHOUSES. &o rjiUOMAS WALKER BEGS AGAIN TO DIRECT ATTENTION TO HIS PATENT SELF-FEEDING STOVES, Which, after Ten Tear.' Trial, arc more Powerful. 'I?," "'’’.T'u,., They rrqalr. Foci ho. 0,.c0 ft... and Jill hoop, for that
31 January 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
Vols. V. and VI,, Cloth, price 7«.,

Vols. V. and VI,, Cloth, price 7«.,

IN CORBICA It* History and its Heroes. Gumiorov t's With coloured Mb|» of Coisteß. Here is a Ixork any one can be found translate without ellowing the bloom escape in the ess, fail to popular amongst reader* as «»•*• H.«t writing of Washinglou Irving.* If ttfmintiei Review, *• V
31 January 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland